Hunterdon Central strives to engage as many students as possible in activities, clubs and organizations. Our comprehensive extracurricular program is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore their interests and enhance their development beyond the standard curriculum of academic courses. Research has indicated a strong relationship between participation in student activities and academic achievement; we therefore offer over 70 activities, developed to appeal to a wide range of student interests.
Our student activities program supports our District vision of "Performance Excellence for Everyone" by providing opportunities and experiences that develop critical thinking, creative problem solving, character, social and specific skills. We encourage all of our students to take advantage of our activities program by participating in the clubs, activities and organizations that reflect their interests, throughout their time at Hunterdon Central.
Please be advised that the Hunterdon Central Regional High School Board of Education has canceled the July 13, 2020 Board meeting. The July 20, 2020 meeting will be held virtually at 7:00 PM. Information on how to participate in that meeting will be posted on the District website.
We are extremely proud to announce that Hunterdon Central's World Language program has been designated a Model Program by the New Jersey Department of Education's World Languages Model Programs Initiative.
This award is given by the State of New Jersey after a competitive application process, a full-day site visit by the State, and interviews with administrators, teachers, parents and students in the program. Hunterdon Central congratulations the staff and students in our World Language Department and commends them for their excellent work!
Continue reading to learn more about our World Language Department.
News of widespread protests and riots across our nation would cause emotional distress and be hard to fathom in normal times. Right now, our students are hearing this news in the midst of pandemic practices that still feel abnormal and which may not provide a strong foundation of comforting routine for absorbing such news. Children no doubt have questions about the injustices that both fuel and arise from these protests. Please continue reading a Message from the Superintendent with resources that may be helpful for parents and educators.
Hunterdon Central will have a virtual graduation at 7:00 PM on June 19. We will also continue to organize a drive-through parade on campus to happen soon after our virtual ceremony. If restrictions ease, we will work on offering opportunities for in-person senior gatherings later in the summer. Please continue reading to view a detailed letter from Dr. Moore.